Post # 17
Like several other posters have mentioned, most companies dont offer their new employees insurance until a few months later. If you got pregnant, do you have another insurance that will cover your expenses??
Post # 18
There was just an article about this in Cosmo about how you should never overlook a job oppertunity because you’re planning on TTC!
Post # 19
@Pink Asawa: I understand how you feel… but me, personally, i wouldnt wait. I am in a similar position… I will be done with grad school next month and will be looking for a job. Well, we have been ttc since last Oct. There is no way we will stop ttc because it has taken us longer then expected and we dont know how long it will take us… so for now it is still a go even though i may get a job and be secretly preggers. It is against the law to discriminate against someone for being pregnant… so if it happens, then my work will have to deal with it! lol Good luck for your future job and ttc!!
Post # 20
I plan on waiting at least 6 months after I get a job to start TTC. That’s just me, I want to make a good solid working impression before I make them worry about me taking time off. Is it right that American working culture makes me feel that way? No, but I do so I’m willing to hold off for a few more months.
Post # 21
@ChemistryBride: So sad, but so true!